UCCEUniversity of California Cooperative Extension
UCCEUnified Contact Center Enterprise
UCCEUnified Contact Center Enterprise (Cisco)
UCCEUniversity Consortium for Catholic Education
UCCEUniversity Centre of Cricketing Excellence (various locations)
UCCEUniversity Cricket Centre of Excellence (UK)
UCCEUniversity of California Choral Ensembles (Berkeley, CA)
UCCEUniversity College of Continuing Education (Hofstra University)
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"It was another good performance and just reward for the hard work the lads have put in this season," said UCCE coach Kevin Lyons.
His opening spell on a morning that began with Durham UCCE on 45-1 lasted for over an hour as the students struggled after bat had dominated ball on the opening day.
Durham UCCE were bowled out for 238 in the 91st over as Liam Plunkett, Mark Davies, Mitch Claydon and Neil Killeen each took two wickets.
Glamorgan were indebted to Nicky Peng's 95 and 83 from skipper David Hemp after Cardiff UCCE - who beat Gloucestershire in two one-day games last week - had made a dangerous start by reducing the county to 33-2 in the ninth over.
That rules him out of Warwickshire's game against Cambridge UCCE which starts the following day and could result in a first-class debut for 19-year-old James.
UCCE, UC Master Gardeners and 4-H programs can offer much to ensure the success of such initiatives while UC ANR researchers could support analysis of results and offer innovations in program delivery and extension to additional sites.
Oxford UCCE were 116 for three at one point, but Wharf (four for 16) and Robert Croft (three for 61) ran through them for for 170.
Meanwhile, Cardiff/Glamorgan UCCE have reached the semi-finals of the BUSA Championship after finishing top of the students' table.
Another young Durham player celebrating yesterday was all-rounder Ben Harmison, who scored a century against Oxford UCCE on his first-class debut for the county.
He enjoyed a marvellous first-class debut for Oxford UCCE against Middlesex in 2001, taking six for 64, and appeared to have an exciting future.
Fenner's: Middlesex, 358-1dec and 240-4dec, bt Cambridge UCCE, 111 and 205, by 282 runs.